DIY I Simple Hydraulic Lift To Test Pascal’s Law

This DIY experiment will help your child learn about Pascal’s law in a fun and simple way
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My kids are at an age where they learn something new at school every day. They come back from school curious and with a million questions. The best way to explain something to children is by actually showing it to them. They retain so much more when they can see it visually.

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My son was being taught about pressure and Pascal's law in school but he didn't quite understand what it meant.

Pascal's law states that

When pressure is applied to a fluid in a closed container, it is uniformly transmitted equally through the fluid in all directions. So we decided to put together a simple experiment to show how it works.

You can make your own simple DIY Hydraulic lift and test Pascal's law. Teach your child about Pascal's law and pressure with this simple experiment that uses only four household supplies.

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Materials Needed

  • 2 Card Boxes
  • 2 Syringes
  • Plastic Hose
  • Penknife
  • Chart Paper
  • Fevibond/Glue
  • Scissors

Watch the video and see how easy it is to explain pressure and Pascal's law to your kids.

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